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Set Up Your JFrog Services in No Time!

Set Up Your JFrog Services in No Time!

JFrog Mission Control provides an easy way for JFrog administrators to set up, manage and monitor their Artifactory & Xray services using Configuration Scripts. Additional support, including Jenkins, will be available soon. Configuration scripts are written in Groovy and can be applied to one or more service at a time to perform a variety of…
The Most Exciting DevOps Event of the Year! Are you in?

The Most Exciting DevOps Event of the Year! Are you in?

JFrog’s annual swampUP event of the year is here! The DevOps user conference will take place on May 16-18, 2018, in the beautiful Napa Valley. This is your opportunity to network and learn how other DevOps experts leverage JFrog products along with best practices from other DevOps thought leaders who will also be there. This…
JFrog’s Profile Grows Alongside its Enterprise Business and Offerings

JFrog’s Profile Grows Alongside its Enterprise Business and Offerings

  Analyst: Jay Lyman 21 Dec, 2017 JFrog has grown its enterprise business with its flagship artifact management software, called Artifactory, as well as additional, integrated components centered on software distribution, security and large-scale DevOps implementation. Nearing 10 years in business, the software artifact and release process automator has built an impressive stable of large…
The Best Ways to Synchronize Binaries Between Globally Distributed Teams

The Best Ways to Synchronize Binaries Between Globally Distributed Teams

Distributed software development has become commonplace, especially in large enterprises that have several sites in different locations around the globe. This presents many challenges to ensure that all the development teams work on a coherent and synchronized code base. For example: Ensuring that developers all work with the same version of remote artifacts Ensuring that…
JFrog Mission Control 2.0

JFrog Mission Control 2.0

Global Teams, Scale and Visibility For any product, a version 1.0 release must promise innovation in order to fill a gap or resolve a pain that nobody has addressed yet, otherwise, there is no justification to develop the product. This is what JFrog Mission Control did when it was first released. Mission Control 1.x started…
Leap Forward and Be Proactive with DevOps Insights

Leap Forward and Be Proactive with DevOps Insights

Today, companies are adopting modern DevOps tools and practices at a rapid pace to increase high-quality software throughput and reduce inefficiencies (or as we call them, leaks) in the software development and delivery process. However, in most cases, there are very few metrics to prove that these DevOps-enabled pipelines are really performing better. So how…
Track Your Resource Allocation Globally

Track Your Resource Allocation Globally

The recent release of JFrog Mission Control v1.11 has opened up a new dimension in the management of your global artifact workflow. For the first time, Mission Control lets you track and monitor how your resources are being used with the new Storage / Artifact Usage graph. Knowing how much storage the Artifactory instances you…
Predictive Graphs and Notifications

Predictive Graphs and Notifications

In my last post about JFrog Mission Control, I introduced the new Graphs feature which shows how your instances and repositories have been consuming storage. Knowing your history can help you prepare for the future, but why should you have to second-guess what will happen? Mission Control now does that for you with predictive graphs.…
Historical Data and your Instances’ and Repositories’ Future

Historical Data and your Instances’ and Repositories’ Future

I never liked history in school. I was more interested in the latest technological developments and what the future had in store. What I didn’t realize at that time was age-old saying  that (paraphrasing) you have to know your history to understand where you’re going. The same is true of your Artifactory instances and repositories.…
MBeans, MBeans They’re Good For Your Heart

MBeans, MBeans They’re Good For Your Heart

Some of you may have gotten a giggle from the title of this post, remembering that children's song  about beans that many of us would gleefully sing every time one of our friends "let loose". But the truth is, MBeans really are good for your heart, especially if you have to monitor a multitude of…